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Nokia Corporation Message Board

  • likinnok likinnok Dec 6, 2012 6:33 AM Flag

    A picture is worth a thousand words.

    Turn the battery saver off on the new Luminas and turn brightness up. It is hard to find a picture that vibrant on any other camera. Download the photobeamer app. and you have a movie show of your pictures. There is no country that likes taking pictures like Asian countries. China's largest phone provider does not support iphone. The nokia is a fraction of the cost as iphone. Exspensive Iphones do not necessarily fit in China anyway. The Nokia lumina's have turn by turn voice assisted navigation for public transportation walking and driving. If they allow that in China it will fit. All that adds up as a landslide in China. However, smart traders know that there is always profit taking after large runs. I am losing with QQQ apple's a very large chunk and I bought into Nokia right after I bought the Win8 phone on the first day it came out. I have an Apple I leave home now. I am not an Apple basher as I never sold my QQQ so I hope they go up so I can get out of that now. Nok will have a lot of traders jumping in and out and taking profit. Apple will have buyers soon. Nok was flying under the radar of even Wall streets biggest and brightest. So it has the right scenario for it to get interesting. Definitely not the Apple replacement. It is something interesting that most firms and traders missed though. It is always interesting how the biggest and brightest that everyone listens to for guidance seem to continue to miss stocks flying under the radar and then jump on board after a run just when profit takers are ready to take profits.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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